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Choose from 167 pictures in our Unidentified collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

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Possible UFO sighting in Ireland

'Was it an Irish flying saucer or merely an airborne leprechaun?' A double-page spread relating to an incident that occurred in County Waterford, Ireland on the 26th December 1965. Jacqueline Wingfield and her friend Lisbet Mortensen were travelling by car when they spotted a bright object passing steadily from right to left across the sky in front of them; if not a UFO this could possibly have been a parhelion, or 'sun dog' caused by the reflection and refraction of sunlight from clouds of ice crystals.

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

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WW1 - Civilian recruits standing outside recruiting office

Photograph postcard of civilian recruits standing outside an unidentified recruiting office, 1914-1915 (c). Some of the group carry bags and parcels and the recruiting posters are clearly visible behind on the windows of the office. Recruitment posters visible in window are, ?Men of the Empire To Arms!? (PRC No. 4 November 1914), ?Fall In? (PRC No. 12, November 1914) and ?Will They Never Come?, a poster produced by the Associated Newspapers in November 1914. Another poster in the window mentions APWO Yorkshire (The Yorkshire Hussars) 1/1st were sent to France in 1915. Associated with World War One, Home Front (1914-1918). As in the rest of Europe, the outbreak of war in August 1914 was greeted with popular acclaim in Britain. Around 30, 000 men were enlisting every day by the end of August. By December 1915, over two million men had enlisted. Neither the Second World War nor more recent conflicts have generated anything like this degree of enthusiasm. Men enlisted for all manner of reasons, including patriotism, the desire to quit a boring job for an exciting adventure or the chance to see another country. Date: circa 1915

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

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The Unknown Warrior at Westminster Abbey 1920

On Armistice Day, 11th November 1920 the grave of the Unknown Warrior, whoses body was brought from France to be buried at Westminster Abbey, London, scene showing the coffin being lowered into a tomb inside the Abbey, attending by King George V and other members of the Royal family. Date: 11th November 1920

© Mary Evans Picture Library